[self-kuh n-grach-uh-ley-shuh n, or, often, -graj-, -kuh ng-, self-] /ˈsɛlf kənˌgrætʃ əˈleɪ ʃən, or, often, -ˌgrædʒ-, -kəŋ-, ˌsɛlf-/
the expression or feeling of uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one’s own accomplishment, good fortune, etc.; complacency.
the state or an instance of congratulating or being pleased with oneself
noun 1. the act or state of conquering or the state of being conquered; vanquishment. 2. the winning of favor, affection, love, etc.: the conquest of Antony by Cleopatra. 3. a person whose favor, affection, etc., has been won: He’s another one of her conquests. 4. anything acquired by conquering, as a nation, a territory, […]
[self-kon-shuh s, self-] /ˈsɛlfˈkɒn ʃəs, ˌsɛlf-/ adjective 1. excessively aware of being observed by others. 2. conscious of oneself or one’s own being. self-conscious adjective 1. unduly aware of oneself as the object of the attention of others; embarrassed 2. conscious of one’s existence
[self-kon-si-krey-shuh n] /ˈsɛlf kɒn sɪˈkreɪ ʃən/ noun 1. the act of setting oneself to a task or vocation without ordination by others or by a religious body.
[self-kon-si-kwuh ns, self-] /ˈsɛlfˈkɒn sɪ kwəns, ˌsɛlf-/ noun 1. self-important character or quality; self-importance.